Let's Create a Safe and Healthy environment for the Children.

Our Impact

We’ve worked on improving the lives of over 25,000 young people through direct practice.

Young people from different backgrounds have a huge impact on us and all our activities. They highlight those parts of the society that are broken, so we can help them in all possible ways to regain hope and flourish in life.

Who We Are?

The Darjeeling Diocese is composed of the two hill sub-divisions Darjeeling, Kurseong of Darjeeling District, the District of Kalimpong, the State of Sikkim and the Kingdom of Bhutan. Anugyalaya Darjeeling Diocese Social Service Society is the development apostolate arm of the Darjeeling Diocese. Till 1997, the Siliguri sub-division was a part of the Darjeeling Diocese. The bifurcation of Darjeeling Diocese into Bagdogra and Darjeeling dioceses involved territorial division with Siliguri sub-division under the Bagdogra Diocese. Seva Kendra, the Diocesan Social Service Centre of the Darjeeling Diocese, situated in Siliguri functioned as the agency responsible for the development apostolate for a couple of years even after the bifurcation. The division was complete once Anugyalaya Darjeeling Diocese Social Service Society was registered on the 13th of February, 2001 under the Societies Registration Act XXVI 1961, West Bengal with Registration Number S/1L/2166. Seva Kendra, Siliguri was retained by the Bagdogra Diocese.

Our Strategic Theme


Improvement in livelihood options of vulnerable marginalized communities through sustainable agricultural practices, NTFP like bamboo, medicinal and aromatic plants and village tourism


In order to empower the farmer-beneficiaries from the very beginning, various trainings and demonstration for proper Planting of the fruit crops, pest management, pruning, training

Child Rights

The Convention explains who children are, all their rights, and the responsibilities of governments. All the rights are connected, they are all equally important and they cannot be taken away from children.

Disaster Risk Reduction

The term ‘wadi’ has been derived from a Gujarati word-meaning orchard. This project first started in Gujarat as a model for developing orchards by NABARD, as it proved successful it has gradually spread over the country

What we do?

We Find & Support

We are in search of opportunities to help as many youth as possible. We approach and fund all those who are in need.

We Provide Care

Today’s youth need a helpful hand and right guidance at every stage. Here’s where we take care of them like our own.

We Educate

We run small-scale schools for the underprivileged children and youth of daily wage workers for a better future.

We Empower

We run organizations where we empower youngsters so they can live their dreams for themselves and their families.

Our Ongoing Project


Intervention Areas: Darjeeling and Kalimpong district 35 villages in 3 Blocks (Bijanbari Pulbazar and Jorebunglow Sukhia Pokhari, Darjeeling and Gorubathan Block Kalimpong)


Supported by Deutscher Caritas Verbande.V. Intervention Areas: Darjeeling and Kalimpong District of West Bengal


WADI DEVELOPMENT Intervention in 500 Tribal Villages of Gorubathan Block, Kalimpong district, W.B


Supported By: Ministry of Women & Child Development, Govt. of India. Intervention Area: North Sikkim Dist. of Sikkim

5. Ensuring Life

Ensuring Life with dignity through community Based adaptations & integrated development towards Justice.

6. Scheme for Adolescent Girl (SAG-KP)

Intervention Area : Gorubathan Block, Dist. Kalimpong

Our numbers that speak

We have numbers that push us to give in our best and make sure that we break our own records. We are happy to be growing and helping more day by day.
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Our Team

Dr.Samuel Lepcha
Director & Secretary
Liason Officer
Mr. Tej Kumar Thapa
Child Protection Officer & Training Lead
Mrinalini Gurung
Centre Coordinator
Mrs. Divya Gurung
Finance Officer
Ms. Prerna Ghimiray,
Study Coordinator

Our Partner